The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on May 7, 1971 · 23
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Two More 'Wild Bunch' Bank Robbers Get Sentences In Federal District Court Wilbert Calhoun and Roosevelt Johnson two members of a group of convicted bank robbers called the "wild bunch" by area law enforce- ment officials — were sentenced today by US District Court Judge Philip Wilkins Calhoun 19 was treated as a youth offender and sentenced to 19 years in a federal prison The usual sentence for adult offenders is 25 years and he can be released at any time by the attorney-general Johnson 20 who has a history of mental problems was sent to a federal medical facility for 60 days psychiatric observation He will be formally sentenced after that 60-day period Other members of the "wild bunch" sentenced in federal court earlier this week included: Calhoun's brother Johnas 21 who was also treated as a youth offender and sentenced by Judge Wilkins to 12 years and Andrew Ward 22 who was sen : (301111tAGT:j FUT(' TIE PEOPLE Of BEliKELEY CAN AlukKE THEill OWN DECISiottS: ON APRIL 6VOTE Ire t3AILEY ' BRowm NANcoor 10)k SIMMONS 16b 4 COUNCIL -4mt4o tenced by Judge Sherrill Halbert to two terms of 25 years each — to be served at the same time The two remaining members of the group Emric Clayton Jr 20 and William Roger Trice Jr 24 will be sentenced by Judge Thomas J Mac-Bride May 20 Johnson and Wilbert Calhoun were convicted of staging a $6214 armed robbery at the Bank of America at Arden Way and Fair Oaks Boulevard last Sept 10 Johnas Calhoun pleaded guilty to committing a $6359 robbery at the Bank of America in Ripon San Joaquin County last Aug 19 Two other charges were dismissed by Judge Wilkins on a motion by Asst US Atty William Shubb Ward was convicted of staging a $22500 holdup at the Rosemount Plaza branch of Wells Fargo Bank last June 23 and of another robbery at the Bank of America at 24th Street and ' 4 Newscaster Rosemarie King at studio console Bee Photos by Harlin Smith SSC Coed Who Broke Reagan Story Is Checked By Tax Unit Continued From Page BI red-faced "Just doing my job" he said Throughout the episode Mrs King has refused to tell even her closest friends about her news source A friend said: "Some of the papers have been writing that Rose said she got the inforrnation from the Capitol Mrs King works for Sen Mervyn Dymally in the State Senate caucus But that's a lot of bull It's funny that all of those veteran reporters from throughout the state and around the nation who are constantly barking at Reagan's heels couldn't pick up some rumor around the Capitol if there was such a rumor" Mrs King told the SSC campus newspaper The Hornet that she got the tip from a undisclosed source However this source is not in any way connected with the Franchise Tax Board" She told The Bee she felt she could trust her source "as accurate" Then she paused and added laughing "Of course There's no question about that now Is there?" Mrs King a native of Oakland has been supporting her family since her husband died two years ago He was a Korean War veteran She is a senior in the SSC government-journalism interdepartmental major program "I was an English major" Rose remarked "But I decided I wanted to write myself instead of analyzing other writers" - F Ellsworth "Bud" Frank 43 chief investigator for the Sacramento Couny Welfare Department's welfare fraud division died yesterday afternoon of complications following surgery Frank underWent surgery Monday for the repair of a swollen cerebral blood vessel : A native of Sacramento he reeived his degree in police science administration from Sacramento State College in 1959 He was a parole offic-kr for the California Youth Authority from 1960 to 1964 then moved to criminal investigation for the Sacramento district attorney's office : He left the DA's office in 1967 to Pin the then-new welfare fraud divi4ion and was promoted to its chief investigator in April of last year Frank who lived with his family in Rancho Cordova was a member of Continued From Page B1 I don't like my son doing it and rm sure these other parents don't like their kids doing it" Reynolds said afterwards that at least 10 plainclothes officers would be rin campus today with uniformed off ic'ers standing by Among those arrested one was charged with resisting arrest and 14 others with combined charges of disthrbing the peace loitering on or about school property and disturbing County Welfare Aide Frank Dies At 43 Following Surgery I the lone Masonic Lodge and of Pyramid 11 of the Sciots and was active in the California Family Support Council and the California Check Investigators Association He served in the Navy during World War II and was in the National Guard and the Coast Guard Reserve He leaves his widow Maxine sons Frederick Ellsworth III Patrick and Tim daughter Kathleen parents Myrtle and F Ellsworth frank Sr all of Sacramento and sister Constance Smith of Downieville Sierra County Funeral services will be held at 11 am Monday in the Trinity Cathedral Church 27th Street and Capitol Avenue Interment East Lawn Cemetery The family requests any remembrances be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association or favorite charity Girl Is injured In Norte Racial Clash or disrupting school Five are not students and four are students already under suspension from school Eight white students were arrested one charged with possessing a deadly weapon and five with narcotics law violations and the others with failure to disperse The white youths were arrested on a school parking lot where they had congregated just as police were about to leave the area after school While the situation threatened to Florin Road Halbert dismissed charges against Ward for the Sept 10 Bank of America robbery The sentencing of Johnas Calhoun Tuesday was disrupted by Calhoun's wife who approached the judge and objected to the sentence She was removed from the courtroom and quieted by a US Marshal and her husband's attorney Raymond Thielen The Calhoun brothers Johnson and Ward were arrested shortly after the Sept 10 robbery following a wild chase through Sacramento residential areas Clayton and Trice were arrested shortly after a $5500 robbery of the South Hills branch of Crocker-Citizens Bank last Nov 27 They were convicted by a federal court jury of committing that robbery and Trice is also charged with staging a $22332 holdup at the Bank of America in Elk Grove last March All six were convicted following jury trials in US District Court State Claims Freezer Firm Bilks Buyers By Dennis Campbell Bee Legal Affairs Writer State Atty Gen Eve Ile Younger claims a North Sacramento freezer and food-service company is bilking its customers with false advertising over-priced merchandise and unlawful collection procedures In a suit filed in Sacramento Superior Court against Town and Country Food Co 2660 Albatross Way and National Blue Ribbon Food Service Younger asked that the firm and lenders be ordered to stop collecting on sales contracts he says were obtained by fraud and to make restitution to buyers Also named defendants in the action are William Castleberry president of the company Constance Castleberry secretary of the firm Jack Troe manager and Dean Hubbs an employe Town and Country sells six-month orders of frozen meats and vegetables the freezers in which to store them and grocery staples According to Younger the meat and vegetable supplies usually fail to last the intended six months freezers worth $375 are sold for $749 and the meat is not prime grade The suit contends the firm uses mail advertising to misrepresent the price of groceries It claims buyers are told they can save as much as 40 per cent when in fact prices are the equivalent of or higher than normal retail costs Town and Country is also accused of representing that it serves 8000 to 18000 families that it offers free-trial supplies of vegetables and that its meat comes from steers None of the claims is true Younger says Deputy Atty Gen Peter DeMauro said he has information that the firm sells 100 to 150 freezers a month but he has no way of knowing how widespread the alleged deceptive practices have been "We've had complaints as far north as Redding and as far south as Fresno" he said DeMauro described the firm as "more sophisticated than the usual food operation" The action also accuses of the company of filing collection suits in counties other than where the sales contracts were made a violation of the state's civil code In addition to halting collection on contracts and requiring restitution Younger wants the court to order further misrepresentations stopped to require the firm to drop any collection suits it has pending and to assess $2500 in penalties for each misrepresentation and $50000 in punitive damages Truck Mechanics Approve Contract With Carriers A new 11-state Western contract which brings pay increases totaling 6180 during a 26-month period to truck mechanics in Sacramento has been ratified by an overwhelming vote of union members involved The contract between the International Association of Machinists and long-distance carriers was approved by a 1270 to 549 vote In Sacramento James Foskett business representative for IAM Lodge 2162 said the vote was 49 to 1 explode at Norte Del Rio two days of tensions that brought about 12 arrests at John F Kennedy High School subsided Principal Frank Schimandle said a meeting of black and white students yesterday morning ended with greater prospects of reduced hostilities Black and white students clashed Tuesday and threatened to do so Wednesday About 50 policemen were at the school Wednesday to prevent trouble THE SACRAMENTO BEE 544444 II -$0 Star And The Cast " I V47enturoillommommonmaiumun104111 Teresa Daley a first-grader at John Bidwell School smiles in appreciation after she was crowned Miss Glade-Age Sacramento last night in Memorial Auditorium The seven-year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Beck beat out nine other finalists in winning the title Michael Kealy 10 a member of the :a::Z: :i Friday May 7 1971 fAeogrweamoomspoow"4!:)wreNA59lreev4 Little League of Music Marching Band of Citrus Heights played drums during the evening despite casts he must wear for a short time to correct a hip problem Entertainment for last night's pageant included several community bands and a circus band Bee Photos by Jack Vander White Reagan Is Criticized For Halting Flood Control Work In County By Wilson K Lythgoe Bee Caoiial Bureau The Reagan administration today came under fire from Sacramento County government for halting flood control works in the county and in the state The county's director of public works T G Campbell leveled the charge in a presentation on the county's water problems before the California Water Commission He reminded the commission that Gov Ronald Reagan has said he would not sign any authorization bills for federal flood control projects requiring state financial participation until the question of local cost-sharing is resolved "This position" he charged "has effectively terminated badly needed flood control projects "With the governor's position in mind I cannot help but suspect that the state administration is utilizing the tactic of delay on the Morrison Creek Project coupled with outright Completely Anonymous Sacramento will make its first try tomorrow at "no-name" venereal disease clinics in the hope that anonymity may help stem the area's most persistent epidemic The usual type of medical record-keeping threatens many young people reported Roger Tulloch a county public health adviser "They usually don't want to be identified by name and that's hampered VD control efforts everywhere the usual records are kept" he said ' The clinics will take no names keep no records and notify no parents or other authorities Movie-Type Ticket Instead each person showing up will be given a movie-type ticket with a number After a free checkup for Ex-Inmates Form Union To Fight 'Prison Injustice' A group of former inmates of state prisons has formed a union designed to fight what a leader called "injustices against prisoners" Chairman Martin Souza of the newly formed California Prisoners Union told newsmen late yesterday the nonprofit organization is made up of ex-inmates from various state penal facilities He said the group hopes to enlist membership behind prison walls "It's not an Uncle Tom organization" Souza said "We're trying to combat the injustices against prisoners that have been made by the State Department of Corrections the political forces and the courts" iVe'll Help you write your Class' fie Ads Dial 414-3113 The Bee (adv) threat of veto on federally authorized projects to force acquiescence by local agencies in the matter of cost-sharing on federal flood control projects" The total cost of the Morrison Creek Flood Control Project in the southern part of the county is $531 million Under present state law the county's share would be $873 million and the state's $1521 million But Campbell said that under pending legislation the county's share "could soar to about $1751 million with a corresponding decrease in state cost to $642 million "We in Sacramento County do not quarrel with a concept of cost-sharing" said Campbell "but we do oppose moves by federal and state agencies to shift more and more of the costs which are properly their responsibility to local property owners and taxpayers" He noted the bills in the legislature now propose cost-sharing formulas gonorrhea or syphilis the ticket will be torn in half and one stub kept by the clinic and the other by the patient The patient will then be asked to telephone in three to five days to be told the results of the tests The clinics also will provide immediate treatment for anyone with obvious signs of gonorrhea or syphilis Any such patient will be urged to send in his contacts for treatment again on an anonymous basis The success of the program said Tulloch will be totally dependent on whether the patients go into the dinics "If this works we may make some changes in our regular clinic procedure" he said The "no-name clinics" were orga 48000 Plan To Participate In Seven-Location Scout Fair '71 More than 48000 boys and adult leaders will participate in shows exhibits demonstrations and games tomorrow as part of Scout Fair '71 sponsored by the Golden Empire Boy Scout Council The exposition from 11 am until 7 pm will be divided into seven locations around Northern California Sacramento's fair activities — to be held at Cal Expo — include Explorer Scout exhibits a Cub midway demonstrations of varied scouting skills and a continuous stage show Tickets at $1 are available from Allen M Swarthout 32-year-old ex-convict charged with forgery was declared legally insane today by Superior Court Judge Joseph A DeCristoforo and ordered to Atascadero State Hospital The judge handed down his ruling after studying reports from two psychiatrists who examined Swarthout Forgery Suspect Is Declared Insane Page B3 losnw 4 which recognize many of the areas of concern but the state generally would pay only a part of the costs "This is a significant departure from historical practice" he said "but one which we feel we can live with" As for one of the county's most pressing water problems — that of minimum flows in the American River downstream from Nimbus Dam Campbell said the key to the controversy is the proposed Hood-Clay unit of the federal Central Valleys Project The Hood-Clay Connection of the Folsom 'South Canal which taps the American at Nimbus would provide water to the important agricultural area of southern Sacramento County "The Hood-Clay Connection" said Campbell "is the key to providing for the preservation of the American River and the American River Parkway while at the same time assuring an adequate water supply for southern Sacramento " New Venereal Disease Clinics Are Set nized at the urging of community groups Clinics will run from 10 am to 4 pm at the Aquarian Effort 1239 Q St Sacramento Concilio 630 9th St Oak Park Neighborhood Council 370 Broadway Kairos Community Center 4746 El Camino Ave Sacramento County Health Dept 2221 Stockton Blvd and the Del Paso Neighborhood - Health Center 1228 Grand Ave Locations Noted The clinics are a volunteer effort with 12 doctors 20 nurses and a number of medical assistants taking part Some 1500 posters about the clinics have been put up at clothing stores hamburger stands and teen-age hangouts Anyone over age 13 may go to the clinics for a check-up scouts and their leaders Children under 12 accompanied by an adult will be admitted free Al W Koppes of Sacramento is general chairman of the event which this year is following a conservation theme Other Northern California locations are as follows: Auburn Auburn Recreation Park Fairfield K I Jones School Martel Italian picnic ground Placerville El Dorado County Fair ground South Lake Tahoe 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